Shiloni

Shiloni

(shīlō`nī) or

Shilonites

(shīlō`nīts, shī`lōnīts): see ShelahShelah
, in the Bible, son of Judah and ancestor of the Shelanites. This tribe is the same as the Shilonites in First Chronicles and as the Shiloni in Nehemiah.
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 (1.) The term refers to inhabitants of Shiloh.
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Froylich D, Segal M, Weinstein A, Hatib K, Shiloni E, Hazzan
We strongly condemn the stabbing today in the West Bank, and we deeply regret the loss of life," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said, in a statement made before soldier Almog Shiloni, who was critically wounded in the Tel Aviv attack, died of his wounds.
A metaphor could, for instance, act as a tool for understanding teachers' perceptions, beliefs and opinions, which are not always revealed in their verbal statements (Arnon, Shani & Zeiger, 1998; Zimmet and Dan, 2006; Strauss & Shiloni, 1997; Bullough, 1991).
2008; Zuluaga and Vaughan 2005; Schneider-Fontan and Mataric 1996; Jager and Nebel 2002; Ostergaard, Sukhatme, and Mataric 2001; Kaminka, Erusalimchik, and Kraus 2010), and patrolling or surveillance (Elmaliach, Shiloni, and Kaminka 2008; Agmon, Kraus, and Kaminka 2008; Agmon et al.
Introduction," (in Hebrew) in Michael Feige and Zvi Shiloni, (eds.
Iftah Shiloni, the director of Institute of Secular Rituals, gave similar explanation of the glass-breaking symbol:
Sontag was selected by a three-member panel of judges, comprising the Labor Party's Shimon Peres (now Ariel Sharon's foreign minister) and two Hebrew University professors, Lena Shiloni and Shimon Sandbank.
Shiloni, "Synchronous colorectal and renal carcinomas: a noteworthy clinical entity.